|09-17-2013, 09:16 AM||#21|
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I am: Max P.
Join Date: Feb 2007
Location: Aurora, Ontario
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JR and Spektrum
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Total Props: 149
Re: Failures with the Naza system anyone had one yet?
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You have 2 ways to make failsafe work,
1) is by switch- flip the switch and the quad comes home and lands by itself. You program this on your transmitter on the control mode switch (U channel)
Have you got that one working yet? You should have this working right before you set up and test the power-off failsafe.
2) for power-off failsafe, you need to have a receiver that has a programmable failsafe. Whent he radio is switched off (or your RX loses radio reception), it defaults to those parameters.
Ie- I am using a spektrum radio and a AR7000 Reciever in my quad. The AR7000 has 2 ways to program the failsafe, "Smart Failsafe" only sets the failsafe on the throttle to 0 while "holding" the last known control positions (not what we want). We want "Preset" failsafe, where the RX goes into failsafe and moves ALL the controls to the preset failsafe; it puts all the controls to the position they were in when the radio was bound to the receiver. Simply put, when you bind the receiver, you have control mode switch (U channel) set to the failsafe position. Thus when your switch off your TX, the RX goes into preset failsafe, sets the U channel to "failsafe" and your quad comes home
What radio are you using in your quad?
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